A series of experiments with found viruses showed the danger of subspecies EAH1N1 for the human body. The virus has a high degree of infectiousness, and enters the blood stream causing a severe infection.
EAH1N1 virus belongs to the H1N1 group. Rise in the incidence of this strain scientists have recorded in Asia and Europe since 1979. Since then, says the virus could mutate many times and form potentially hazardous to human form, writes Proceedings.
The following is important: at present, China is one of the largest pork producers in the world. The spread of the infection via meat is quite possible. The country's authorities conduct regular inspections of livestock farms and samples of the meat to prevent the spread of the virus EAH1N1 on the planet.